Monthly Archives: July 2011

Free Tulsa Music Festival Begins Friday

The second annual Free Tulsa music festival gets underway Friday night in downtown Tulsa. The festival was created last year to fill the void left by D-fest, which had an eight year run bringing local and national acts to T-Town. … Continue reading

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MidSouth fills Beast-list of hottest US cities.

We were all fully aware of it, but now a national website has made it official. According to The Daily Beast four of the top-five hottest cities in the US this summer are located in the MidSouth. Using National Weather … Continue reading

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Walmart grants $20-million to Crystal Bridges

It already has a website, a mailing address, and a working telephone. It has an opening date of 11-11-11. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is the brainchild of Walmart heiress Alice Walton, and will bring an unrivaled collection … Continue reading

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Wagoner woes: All’s well that ends well-water.

The tanks are filling nicely, so let the bathing begin. Water service has been restored in Wagoner, Oklahoma, less than twenty-four hours after a broken filter-part shut down all water for the town. The Department of Environmental Quality water-boil order … Continue reading

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